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Location - Leeds & District

Ainsty Terrace nos. 15, 17 (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, Ainsty Terrace, 15 is on the left 17 on the right. On the left, the back of York Road baptist chapel can be seen, this was on Ainsty Road. The architect of the chapel was W.H. Harris, seating 700, it cost £5,500 to build. The foundation stone was laid on 10th July 1872. It remained in use until 1959. When it was finally demolished for the building of the Ebor Gardens estate. At the same time a new chapel was built and opened. It was closed in 1986 and then used as a Community Centre.
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All Saints Church, interior (Richmond Hill) (10 comments)
Black & White image1950. View showing interior of All Saints Church. Built in 1850 by Hedley and Mallinson.
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All Saints Church, interior, Postcard (Richmond Hill) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing interior of All Saints Church.
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All Saints Church, York Road (Richmond Hill) (15 comments)
Black & White image25th February 1980 This church was designed by Bradford architects James Mallinson and Thomas Healey. The foundation stone was laid in October 1846 by Dr Walter Hook, Vicar of Leeds from 1837. It was consecrated on All Saints Day in 1850. The parish had been created in 1847 serving 7,000 people who were mostly housed in the streets of back-to-back houses. In 1980 the old church was demolished and a replacement consecrated. On the left can be seen modern housing erected after slum clearance.
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All Saints Church, York Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image25th February 1980 New All Saints Church, architect Peter Hill. Built to replace existing church which dated from 1847-50, the church was consecrated on 19th February 1980 by the Bishop of Ripon. At the same time the old church was demolished.
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All Saints Church, York Road (Richmond Hill) (8 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, View shows All Saints Church situated on York Road. The church was consecrated in 1850 after taking two years to be built. The first vicar was Rev. William Randall. The church was replaced with a more modern version in 1980.
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All Saints Church, York Road, Interior (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, This interior view of All Saints Church looks across the nave in the direction of the altar. Windows in the Church are dedicated to Rev. P.S. Duval who was vicar from 1874 to 1877 and Richard Lumb, a churchworker.
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Amateur Dramatic Group (Unknown)
Black & White imageEarly 1900s. Image shows the cast of a play, in costume probably taken in the early 1900s. The 'King', seated in the centre of the front row, was being played by Arthur Ibbotson who lived in the York Road area around this time.
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Apple Street, from Great Garden Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1932. View of terraced houses on Apple Street, seen from the junction with Great Garden Street. Numbers run in descending order from 42 on the left. The street runs towards York Road, off the picture to the right. The houses were demolished around the late 1930s.
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Apple Street, looking north (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Apple Street looking north from the York Road end towards Great Garden Street. Terraced houses are on both sides of the road with a sunken footpath on the left. The street was demolished in the 1930s.
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Apple Street, nos. 16 - 20 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1932. View shows terraced houses on Apple Street, situated to the north of York Road. This is the eastern side showing numbers running from 24 on the left to 16 on the right. These houses were demolished during the late 1930s.
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Appleton Way, from York Road (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1960s. View looking north along Appleton Way from York Road. The street is made up of several blocks of flats. In the foreground are flats on Haslewood Green, while the taller blocks further back are Saville Green, Appleton Court, Appleton Close and Appleton Square.
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Armley Road, AEC Regent V/Roe 855 (Wortley) (7 comments)
Black & White image1960, AEC Regent V/Roe 855 (1957) bus, registration no XUM 855 on Armley Road at the Junction with Douro Street which is to the right. In the right. In the background is Wellington Road. The bus was on the no 14 route destination, Half Mile Lane via York Road, City Square and Stanningley Road. On the left are the premises of M Mercado Ltd Carpet Wholesalers.
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ARP Exercise, Apple Street (Burmantofts)
Black & White image22nd August 1941 Simulated emergency incident for practising rescue procedures by the ARP and Rescue serivices. Apple Street was located between Great Garden Street and York Road.
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Art Gallery, interior view (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Art Gallery showing a glass cabinet displaying pottery. The cabinet was made by John Curtis & Son Ltd., Museum Showcase Makers, of York Road, Leeds.
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Art Gallery, interior view (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Art Gallery showing a display of pottery in a glass cabinet. The cabinet was made by John Curtis & Son Ltd, Museum Showcase Makers, of York Road, Leeds
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Arthur and Clara Thompson outside their home in Ivy Avenue (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1958. Arthur and Clara Thompson photographed in the doorway of their home at number 2 Ivy Avenue. This was an end terrace of four, located off York Road, with substantial gardens to three sides. In the background, right, are old brick buildings, possibly belonging to Broomhill Works, York Road.
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Asda Stores Ltd, Killingbeck Drive off York Road (Killingbeck) (14 comments)
Colour image2000 The name Asda became recognised as a household name in Britain from 1965. It was a melting pot of several different companies, some developing over many years in the Leeds area. With the development of milk pasteurisation farmers formed co-ops to build processing units. Hindell's Dairy Farmers Ltd, was founded by Arthur Stockdale, a subsidiary, Craven Dairies Ltd, supplied milk to Leeds. Stockdale went onto form a partnership with Fred Zeigler, opening a pork products business at 118 Kirkgate. This was the basis of Farm Stores. The business expanded taking in other companies including Provincial Dairies of Leeds and Harrogate. At this stage the name changed to Associated Dairies Ltd. In the early 1960s brothers Peter and Fred Asquith has founded a supermarket in Castleford using innovative marketing strategies. The two companies were merged in May 1965 and Asda Stores Ltd was formed with Peter and Fred Asquith as joint managing directors. More recently it became part of the Wallmart group. In this image the purpose built Killingbeck branch of Asda stands in the background, with the busy car park in the foreground an indication of its success.
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Back Temple View Road (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th November 1938. Situated off York Road. View of brick houses with outside toilets. On the right, back door into scullery or kitchen, the toilet is the door to the left.
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Baptist Church, York Road (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White image8 October 1934 Front view of chapel. The architect was W.H.Harris, it cost £5,500 to build. The foundation stone was laid on 10 July 1872, there was accommodation for 700 people, The last service was held on the 4th July 1959, the building was demolished for the erection of the Ebor Gardens Estate.
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